ASPIRE (Advanced Software Protection: Integration, Research and Exploitation) is a European FP7 project (n. 609734), funded under the theme ICT-2013.1.5 (Trustworthy ICT). ASPIRE will establish trustworthy software execution on untrusted mobile platforms that have a persistent or occasional network connection to a trusted entity at their disposal.
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RISCOSS (Managing Risk and Costs in Open Source Software Adoption) is a European FP7 project (n.318249), funded under the theme ICT-2011.1.2 (Cloud Computing, Internet of Services and Advanced Software Engineering). RISCOSS will offer novel risk identification, management and mitigation tools and methods for community-based and industry-supported Open Source Software (OSS) development, composition and life cycle management to individually, collectively and collaboratively manage OSS adoption risks.
SEAC has recently started the reengineering of their software system from the current platform (Cobol/ISAM) to the .NET platform with Microsoft SQL Server. The objective of this project is to support such reengineering effort, by means of automated and innovative tools, aimed at handling: (1) the process itself, adopting an agile approach; (2) the incremental development and delivery of the software; (3) conceptual data modeling; (4) automated testing; (5) performance analysis.
SUPERSEDE (SUpporting evolution and adaptation of PERsonalized Software by Exploiting contextual Data and End-user feedback) is a European H2020 project (n. 644018), funded under the theme ICT-09-2014 (Tools and Methods for Software Development). The SUPERSEDE project proposes a feedback-driven approach for software life cycle management, with the ultimate purpose of improving users’ quality of experience.